It works! I mean it really works! And once you’ve set up your loom for, let’s say, a certain size bracelet, you can leave everything in place and just start mass producing them. I am serious. But why believe my words when I’ve got photographs to prove it.
This is how it works. The kit will include two thin stainless steel metal bars the weaving width of the loom. That fun texslov cord will be provided. You attach this very much the way you attach the extra warping bar kit. I wanted to make a short piece so the bars are in the front of the loom. By the way, you do not put in a spring. It will have no function. The bars are so thin that they slip into the ladder like holes of the thin metal bars. But before you slip the bars inside the cords and wrap around the loom, you might want to slip some small paperclips onto the bars. That’s right, small paperclips (we will include them with the kit as well).
Put on as many as you need or more than you’ll need in case you want to weave a second wider piece. In any case, it’s easy to slip on the clips even after you’ve put the bars on the loom. I know because I forgot to put them on first!
To warp all you do is tie to the bottom of one clips, slip the warp through a clip on the opposite bar (by just sliding through the clip opening), then back through a clip on the other bar. Go back and forth until you have as many warps as you need. Tie off on the bottom of the last clips.